In my notes I wrote accidentally “white bland.” Cute, but incorrect.
Think of a lively, decent house white in a local bistro, something palatable, something not bland like generic Pinot Gris or choking pine resin Sauv Blanc. Something with a lilt, a dash of sweetness, and accommodation for everything from fatty appies to curries and spicy stew.
There is nothing that memorable to the Pazza white. It’s just a base model blend. It is in fact the La Frenz base model blend, a more or less balanced Muscat and Riesling, very fruit punch and rich without being cloying. But really, how enjoyable, easy to drink, and food friendly. The pointsters may pass it by, but you could do much worse at the price point at half the fun.
Price: Wait for it (are you waiting for it?): $15.56 at the vineyard. Wowza. This could sell for $29 at a restaurant and still turn the standard mark-up on profit. And how cheap and cheerful would that be in our over-taxed Western Hemisphere haven?
Market Liquidity: Eat, drink, be merry.